EDMOND — The Byng Pirate tennis team continued its season-long roll by edging Oklahoma Christian School 30-29 to win the team championship at the Blackwell Tournament held Thursday at Kickingbird Racquet Club in Edmond.

The Pirates collected just enough points to take the title thanks to a pair of singles championship wins.

In No. 1 Singles, Jordan Johnson won his fifth title of the spring, knocking off Jefferson Berryman of OCS 7-6, 6-4. Johnson improved to 21-3 on the year.

“And two of his losses he’s already avenged,” said Byng head coach Alan Simpson. “He’s really been impressive.”

Ryan Ennis whipped OCS standout Conner Tebow 6-0, 6-1 to win the No. 2 Singles championship. His only loss of 2006 game to Tebow — by an identical 6-0, 6-1 count — back at the Seminole Tournament.

This time however, it was all Ennis.

“ That was especially rewarding to avenge his only loss of the year. The last time that kid played lights out and Ryan played really bad,” Simpson explained. “Ryan was on fire today. He really blitzed him. That was a really impressive win. That will really help his seeding at state. It was a very good win and he really helped himself out a bunch.”

In doubles play, Clay Thompson and Michael Rosson settled for second after falling to the Trippets of Beaver by a 6-1, 6-3 score in the title match.

“They have a really good team,” Simpson said.

And in No. 2 Doubles, Marcus Souza and Luis Monjaraz were defeated by a Perry team 6-3, 6-1 in the third place match.

Byng travels to the Pauls Valley Tournament today.